Oil & Energy
March 10, 2013
Iran is set to lose one of its biggest buyers as India announced Friday that its insurers will no longer cover refineries importing crude oil from the country.
Mr. Abdulrahman Qasim Al Ali, Commercial Sales Manager at Emarat, Managing Director Emoil Petroleum Storage, held a meeting at his office at Emarat's headquarters in Dubai.
March 7, 2013
The Human Resources Department at Emirates General Petroleum Corporation "Emarat", held a workshop at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel at The Palm Jumeirah in Dubai.
March 6, 2013
Fuel prices could drop in Jordan, according to a deputy in the country's parliament, following pressure from MPs.
The Roads and Transportation Authority has honored Emirates General Petroleum Corporation upon as the "Best Partner", represented by Shamil Services for Vehicles Testing and Registration.
March 5, 2013
The deal will see crude oil pipelines built between the countries.
Oil and gas industry experts were bullish about this year's prospects at the Bahrain Capital Club
China has overtaken the US as the world's largest net importer of oil, a report has said.
Libyan gas exports resumed to Italy after a brief stop on Saturday, as a result of armed dispute around the Mellitah complex on the western Libyan coast.
Officials at Emarat, discussed and a delegation from the Federal Electricity and Water Authority discussed, during a meeting held recently means of developing cooperation in the upcoming phase.
March 4, 2013
Hundreds of protesters broke into Iraq's giant southern West Qurna-2 oilfield, early on Monday, sources from the field, police and the state-run Southern Oil Co. said.
A new pipeline that bypasses the key oil trading route of the Strait of Hormuz is still operating at a limited capacity, according to sources.
The government will not raise the prices of subsidised fuel even when rationing 'smart cards' are introduced, Osama Kamal, minister of petroleum told state-owned MENA news agency.
Oman is planning on increasing oil production to 940,000 barrels per day day as domestic demand increase in the Sultanate.
The US media has warned that the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline might lead to sanctions against Islamabad, although the State Department says sanctions will only become effective if Pakistan finalises the deal.